TV news on campus for airbag story

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Instructor Bob Biesiedzinski (right) shows an airbag moments after it had deployed as part of a demonstration for KING TV news. Instructor Kevin Roner is in the background. More photos / Video of bag deployment

Local TV news came to Shoreline Community College on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 as part of their coverage of a growing recall over potentially malfunctioning automotive airbags.

Looking for more information, and video, of just how airbags work, KING-TV news reporter Glenn Farley came to the Professional Automotive Training Center. Instructor Bob Biesiedzinski spoke with Farley to explain the intricacies of airbags. The safety devices can expand in milliseconds when needed in an accident, Biesiedzinski said.

Instructor Jeff Cromwell used a bag assembly removed from a vehicle in Shoreline’s program to demonstrate the speed and power of an airbag when it deploys.

Free medical resources

There is free Dental, Vision & Medical Care being provided October 23-26 at the Key Arena from Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area Medical. All are welcome and no ID or proof of citizenship is needed. A few Shoreline Dental Hygiene faculty are taking part in providing care.

There is no advanced registration and it is first come first served. All care is provided by licensed healthcare professionals with translators available. Find out more about this great resource.

Weekend Update

Here is a quick look at some of the things happening on and around campus this weekend:

Friday, Oct. 24:

Free Workshop! Improve your ability to identify and use the different parts of a sentence in room 1501 at 1@:30 p.m. (For intermediate and advanced ESL students and others wanting a basic review of English grammar.)

Join us for Panopto 101 in room 1401 at 2 p.m.  A basic introduction to using our new lecture capture program.  We will be in a computer lab so you can practice your new skills!

Come spend some time with our wonderful Music and Music Technology faculty members for anecdotes, pointers and Q&A in room 818 at 12:30 p.m.

World Dance party in the PUB main dining room at 6:30 p.m.

Volleyball travels to Skagit for a 7 p.m. match. #GoPhins!

Saturday, Oct. 25:

Men’s and Women’s soccer travels to Skagit Valley. Women’s game at 12 p.m. and Men’s at 2:15. #GoPhins

Men’s basketball hosts Kwantlen Polytechnic University for a scrimmage at 6 p.m. #GoPhins

Monday, Oct. 27:

Free writing workshop on learning techniques to construct strong argumentative papers. Remind students about this great resource happening at 11:30 a.m. in room 1501.

The Queer Film Festival continues with a screening of In God’s House: Asian American Lesbian & Gay Families in the Church at 12:30 p.m. in room 9208.

Students can come learn how to prepare for Dental, Medical, Pharmacy School with Amar Yahiaioui (chemistry faculty) and Joyce Fagel (SCC and UW Adviser) in room 2812 at 1:30 p.m.

Free Workshop! (For intermediate/advanced ESL students) Learn when to use “a”, “an” or “the” in room 1501 at 3 p.m. This workshop presents a strategy for deciding the correct articles in your writing.

Volleyball hosts Bellevue at 7 p.m. #GoPhins!

The foundation breakfast is coming up soon

Breakfast peopleTime is of the essence….

The deadline to reserve a seat at the 17 Annual SCC Foundation Student Success Campaign Community Breakfast on November 6 is October 23. Join your colleagues and the community for this morning event and support our students.

Come and listen to the stories from devoted, hard-working students who have benefited from the generosity of donors as they make their way on their “Pathway to Success.”

Your seat can be purchased by dropping off payment in the SCC Foundation office – room 1005 or made online. The cost of the breakfast is $50 per person or $400 per table of eight.

Please contact Lynn Yaw for more information.

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